|Massju - Myriad [USR-023] - Massju|
"This is how I felt that day. A lighthouse and a bird, mere a pathetic light. We are Massju, this is our sound. An engine standing still. Thanks to Dorothea." --- Massju
|Monochromatic Strata - Sea of Machinery EP [USR-006] - Monochromatic Strata|
Eric Stobie offers his second release on urban sprawl, under the new alias 'Monochromatic Strata.' This time around, we have songs that are comprised of almost purely ambient drones; field recordings drenched in DSP to create swirling backgrounds of sound, sometimes eerie, sometimes soothing. You will also notice that this release is accompanied by four dazzling artistic representations of his sound.
|Monochromatic Strata - The Autumn Tea EP [USR-015] - Monochromatic Strata|
Monochromatic Strata releases his latest EP on Urban Sprawl. More of the same foggy territory explored. Interesting, nuanced atmospheres at work here; lots of room for interpritation and repeated listenings.
|MonoCulture - A Remarkable Apparatus [USR-014] - MonoCulture|
Monoculture sends forth his 7th release "A Remarkable Apparatus," on Urban Sprawl Records. 5 new slices of modern IDM, akin to the frenetic work on his last album. Saccharine sweet melodies accompanied by hip-hop percussion.
|MonoCulture - Smoke and Mirrors [USR-002] - MonoCulture|
Tape recorders, found sounds, cheap amps, and sampled instruments. Granular clouds bathed in tonal streams. Catharsis composed during a bout of neurosis. All tracks were produced through various means between 2003 and 2004 by Nick Eymann. The ending bits on tracks 6 and 9 were written and recorded by Teague Cullen. Thank you for listening.
|MonoCulture - The Animal Economy [USR-019] - MonoCulture|
"The Animal Economy" is MonoCulture's third official album. It was created during and directly after a study abroad trip, in the latter half of 2005. Sound sources were drawn from countless hours of field recordings harvested in Hiroshima, and from a stack of cheap vinyl purchased at a crusty thrift store in Phoenix, Arizona. On this release, MonoCulture veers away from IDM, into the genre of instrumental HipHop...
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